Published: Mon, September 24, 2018
Money | By Arnold Ball

Passengers hurt after Jet Airways flight loses cabin pressure

Passengers hurt after Jet Airways flight loses cabin pressure

Preliminary information also revealed that the Boeing 737 aircraft had climbed upto 10,000 feet and was close to Surat when pilots chose to return to Mumbai after the incident on Thursday.

The affected passengers were being attended by the doctors at the airport. "All guests were deplaned safely and taken to the terminal".

"I was sitting on an aisle seat when suddenly air pressure in the cabin dropped and oxygen masks came down", passenger Prashant Sharma told India's PTI news agency.

Jet Airways authority confirmed the incident in a statement saying that pilots have been suspended following a pending investigation. "First aid was administered to few guests who complained of ear pain, bleeding nose etc", the spokesperson also added.

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The crew has been taken off duty and Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau (AAIB) has started an investigation into the incident.

Jet Airways has said that they are extending full cooperation to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) in the investigation into the matter where a Jaipur-bound flight of the airline was forced to return to Mumbai after several passengers suffered nasal and ear bleeding.

The passengers also alleged that the airlines lack basic skills to take care of traumatised people and other issues that are mandatory before we take flight. "The airline will continue to offer necessary medical care and attention to the concerned guests as required", the statement reads.

"The revised offering will now allow guests to enjoy more value for money, by letting them choose a travel plan based on their preference, travel requirements and budget", said a Jet airways spokesperson.

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